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'THE NAME ON THE LABEL'

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Personalities of the gramophone and their records. Al Bowlly will be interviewed by Charles Chilton
This is the first of a new series in which Messrs. Perowne, Chilton, and Maxwell are going to bring some of their own favourite personalities to the microphone. Al Bowlly, a South African, came to this country some ten years ago, and was recently voted the most popular crooner over here. He was ' discovered ' by Roy Fox and he later worked with Lew Stone , and with Ray Noble , with whom he went to America. Other personalities to be heard shortly are Ken Johnson , Sidney Torch , and Vera Lynn.

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Interviewed By: Charles Chilton
Unknown: Roy Fox
Unknown: Lew Stone
Unknown: Ray Noble
Unknown: Ken Johnson
Unknown: Sidney Torch
Unknown: Vera Lynn.

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'THE NAME ON THE LABEL'

Forces Programme, 6 July 1940 15.30






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